Sunday, 14 May 2017
Belfry of Bruges.
The Belfry of Bruges is an historic bell tower overlooking the city of Bruges, Belgium. The tower has been host to the historic city archives, a former treasury, and ironically a fire observation post. This is ironic because the Belfry has been damaged by fire on no less that 3 times in 1280, 1493 and 1741. The top of the tower can be reached for a small fee and stands at 272 feet above the market square it overlooks. There is a narrow steep winding wooden staircase with 366 steps to the top of the tower which gives outstanding views over the city. Beneath the tower to the rear is a courtyard and underneath is the former market hall.
These pictures were taken on the 2nd November 2015 using a Polaroid iS2132 digital bridge camera.
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